- Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion
- PhD, University of Chicago, 2017
- MA, Fondazione San Carlo, Modena, Italy, 2013
- MA, Yale Divinity School, 2007
- BA, SUNY Geneseo, 2004
Professor Schultz is a philosopher of religion working at the intersection of religious thought and critical theory. His essays have appeared in The Journal of Religion and in Brill’s The Medieval Franciscan series. He is currently working on a book that examines the ways religion is constituted as an object of knowledge in Michel Foucault’s later works.
His courses explore trajectories of modern religious thought in conversation with gender, race, and literature.
- RELG 123: Race and Religion in James Baldwin and Frantz Fanon
- RELG 223 Religion and Revolution
- RELG 225: Modern Religious Thought in the West: Late 17th to Mid-19th Century
- RELG 227: Religion and Gender in Global Context
- RELG 226: Modern Religious Thought in the West: Mid-19th Century to the Present
- RELG 342/CMPL 342: Religion and Disenchantment in 20th-Century Literature
- FYSP 186 Sex and Identity
- Daniel J. Schultz, “Elephants, Dreams, and Sex: Reading Religion in Foucault’s Ethics,” The Journal of Religion 99, no. 2 (April 2019): 173-193.
- Daniel J. Schultz, “Mark Jordan, Convulsing Bodies: Religion and Resistance in Foucault,” The Journal of Religion 96, no. 3 (July 2016): 407-409.
Daniel Schultz Publishes ArticleMarch 28, 2019
Daniel Schultz, visiting assistant professor of religion, published an article, "Elephants, Dreams, and Sex: Reading Religion in Foucault’s Ethics," in The Journal of Religion.